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Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby Terris » Apr 16th, 2017, 8:38 am

Terris wrote:The wealthy ones here are no doubt going to dispute this...
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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby WalterWhite » Apr 16th, 2017, 9:57 am

Terris wrote:
Terris wrote:The wealthy ones here are no doubt going to dispute this...


I'm far from wealthy - you don't have to be rich to own common sense.

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby Ken7 » Apr 17th, 2017, 6:57 am

pentona wrote:I believe that this is a common problem all over the Okanagan Lakeshore but that it may also be a Provincial agency that has authority over the law, not the cities.


I think Lake Country took it upon themselves several years ago to remove all.
Typical, the City always likes to put it to someone else. Remove it and put costs on the taxes of the owner. That will speed it up.
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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby LANDM » Apr 17th, 2017, 7:50 am

The Lake Country situation was limited to properties where they do not meet the foreshore. So, essentially, non-lakeshore properties. For example, the main focus was in OK Centre, along the public stretch where many upland owners put in docks over the years.

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby hutton » Apr 19th, 2017, 12:03 pm

just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby WalterWhite » Apr 19th, 2017, 12:05 pm

hutton wrote:just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.


I'm sure you'll confirm which properties are legally permitted to have the structures and those that aren't before performing your vandalism vigilante restoration. Not cool.

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby LTD » Apr 19th, 2017, 4:14 pm

hutton wrote:just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.

what an excellent way to get the crap kicked out of yourself :up:

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby Terris » Apr 20th, 2017, 5:59 pm

LANDM wrote:The Lake Country situation was limited to properties where they do not meet the foreshore. So, essentially, non-lakeshore properties. For example, the main focus was in OK Centre, along the public stretch where many upland owners put in docks over the years.


That would be a good template for the rest off the lakefront properties.

A 50-100 foot easement sounds about right...

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby Terris » Apr 20th, 2017, 6:05 pm

hutton wrote:just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.


I agree but, for now, make sure you record your adventure lest you run into a nest of rich (H)A-holes...

It would be interesting to see these entitled ones reveal themselves publicly...

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby LTD » Apr 20th, 2017, 7:46 pm

well at least youre not jealous of those who have done better than yourself

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby WalterWhite » Apr 20th, 2017, 8:40 pm

Terris wrote:
hutton wrote:just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.


I agree but, for now, make sure you record your adventure lest you run into a nest of rich (H)A-holes...

It would be interesting to see these entitled ones reveal themselves publicly...

:popcorn: :popcorn:


Very debatable as to just who is actually acting "entitled".

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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby hutton » Apr 21st, 2017, 2:30 pm

LTD wrote:
hutton wrote:just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.

what an excellent way to get the crap kicked out of yourself :up:



Majority of them are unoccupied, and that would constitute assault and and not destruction of private property as it isnt on private land.
Everyone wants to *bleep* and whine, as usual, but not actually do anything........................
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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby WalterWhite » Apr 21st, 2017, 2:46 pm

LTD wrote:
hutton wrote:just take a hammer and a pair of side cutters on your next stroll along the beach, if you come to an illegal barrier, just snip or pry a hole in it, go thru and just keep on truckin'.

what an excellent way to get the crap kicked out of yourself :up:



hutton wrote:Majority of them are unoccupied, and that would constitute assault and and not destruction of private property as it isnt on private land.
Everyone wants to *bleep* and whine, as usual, but not actually do anything........................


Yea, because respecting others and their property is so lame.
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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby Tack » Apr 21st, 2017, 11:10 pm

WalterWhite wrote:
Yea, because respecting others and their property is so lame.


Those who are building blockades into the lake aren't respecting the property of the general population. We all are entitled to that beach access and their fences and walls should be taken down!
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Re: Lakeshore Property with illegal fences & walls on beach

Postby LANDM » Apr 22nd, 2017, 6:03 am

hutton wrote:
LTD wrote:what an excellent way to get the crap kicked out of yourself :up:



Majority of them are unoccupied, and that would constitute assault and and not destruction of private property as it isnt on private land.
Everyone wants to *bleep* and whine, as usual, but not actually do anything........................


Just because it is on the foreshore does not mean it isn't private property. Perhaps check out what is approved prior to your destruction. It could get expensive for you.
Approved docks are private property, yet they are on public property. Non conforming structures that were approved in the past could exist and be within the scope of your destructive tendencies.
But, go ahead......it could be interesting. :up: less so for you.

And, just out of curiousity, you feel it is ok to damage someone else's property just because they are not there to witness it? :135:

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